Dryness

We love the Belgian style of Saison beers and its distinct dryness

Our house yeasts are very hungry giving a distinctly dry character to a number the beers.  

The Belgian Saison style of beer traditionally has a refreshing, crisp dryness from its yeast. We use this yeast in a number of our beers, as it’s a character we love in them.

Flavours

  • Crisp
  • Prickly

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Yadokai | 13%

Barrel-Aged Yadokai | 13%

A barrel aged version of our sake inspired beer

Raconteur 3 Year | 9.9%

3 years soaked in our Marc de Bourgogne barrel

Wild Goose Chase | 4.5%

Our tart gooseberry pale ale

Ninkasi | 9%

A Celebration Beer, with apple juice, wild yeasts, NZ hops and champagne fermentation

Of The Sea | 7%

Lobsters, cockles, seaweed, sea salt, and sea herbs.

Bibble | 4.2%

Our everyday beer; Bibble (Which means to drink regularly here in Somerset!)

Shnoodlepip | 6.5%

An incredibly unusual beer made in collaboration with three brewers

Sleeping Lemons | 6%

Only in keg and only for the winter months.

BrettBrett Double IPA | 8.4%

A west coast style double IPA

SOMERSET WILD | 5%

Fermented with a locally harvested culture of yeasts and bacteria

Epic Saison | 5%

A transcontinental fusion of Belgian beer and feisty American hops

EVOLVER IPA | 5.8%

Brettanomyces fermented IPA

Violet Underground | 5%

The Rainbow Project 2015

Wineybeest | 11%

Ultra rare, we like to keep this one a bit quiet!

Cool As A Cucumber | 2.9%

A Fyne & Wild collaboration brew to celebrate FyneFest 2013

Squashed Grape | 5%

we have brought wine and beer together!

Bliss | 6%

Apricots and a hush-hush blend of spices

Amuse Bouche |

Inspired by the traditional Lambic beers of Belgium, with our own Wild sourness spin on them.

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